6 Critical Questions to Ask To Get Commitment from Your Employees

Did you know…? 90% of companies fail to execute strategy successfully Less than 42% of companies meet goals they set on change initiatives Only 5% of the workforce understands their company’s strategy With numbers like that, it makes you wonder what on earth you can... Read »

Why You Should Encourage Conflict Among Your Team Members

Believe it or not, some degree of conflict is healthy in a business environment. With my business coaching clients, the problem is more apt to be conflict avoidance rather than too much conflict. Without conflict, you can’t get innovative solutions to problems or... Read »

3 Steps to Build a Culture of Trust with Your Team

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Do your employees seem disinterested in their jobs? Do they hang around in cliques or seem to resent others in the organization? Are errors occurring at the handoffs between departments? Maybe it’s because they haven’t learned to... Read »

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

Do your employees have trouble getting on the same page? Do they spend more time arguing than working together? Do you know how much it’s costing you? Without good teamwork, the work takes longer, there are more mistakes, and it costs you more money. Companies often... Read »

6 Quick Ways To Tell If Your Business Needs Teambuilding

Have you ever walked into a business, a fast food restaurant, a bank, and been greeted with, well, nothing? Here are some early signs the business has team problems: Employees look disinterested No one looks at or acknowledges you They all look bored to death When you... Read »

Three Characteristics of “Challenger” Salespeople

Wouldn’t it be great if you could bottle what the best sales reps do and feed it to your salesperson? I’ve seen more than a few changes in the sales world in 30 years of sales. But it’s tougher than ever now because the customers we’re seeing today are at once... Read »